Full text of "Scarab"
Volume 12, Number 4
Official Organ of the
Alumni Association of the Medical College of Virginia
Published by the Alumni Association of the Medical College
of Virginia in February. May. August, and November
James T. Tucker, M'27, editor-in-chief and chairman
Russell V. Bowers, MS'37 and M'50; Charles P. Card-
well, Jr.. vice-president, MCV. and director of hospitals;
W. C Henderson, D'37; Ebbe C. Hoff, dean, graduate
school; G. Wallace Hook. P'33; Dorsye Russell, N'43;
William T. Sanger, chancellor emeritus; W. Roy Smith,
P'41; W. T. Thompson. M'38; John B. Todd, D'32;
E. Randolph Trice. M'47;
Minnie M. Franck, managing editor
W. Roy Smith. P'41, president
Physicians Products. Inc.. Petersburg, Virginia
Peter N. Pastor?, M'34, immediate past president
5503 Riverside Drive, Richmond, Virginia
J. Robert Massie, Jr.. M'34, president-elect
St. Luke's Hospital. Richmond. Virginia
Robert V. Terrell. M'34. vice-president
Medical Arts Building, Richmond, Virginia
John B. Todd, D'32, vice-president
4 Gary Road, Newport News. Virginia
George F. HendlEY, P'18, vice-president
4406 Forest Hill Avenue, Richmond, Virginia
Miss Dorsye Russell, N'43M, vice-president
Lynchburg General Hospital, Lynchburg, Virginia
W. C. Henderson. D'37, secretary
301 East Franklin Street, Richmond, Virginia
James T. Tucker, M'27. treasurer
Medical Arts Building. Richmond, Virginia
Term Expires December 31. 1963
David M. Alexander, D'42
Miss L. Frances Gordon, N
3517 Grove Avenue
William L. Cooke, M'29
Paul Hogg, M'33
230 Professional Building
87 29th Street
Charleston, West Virginia
Newport News, Virginia
Dr. W. Fredric Dzlp. M'34
G. Wallace Hook. P'33
2512 Maycrest Street, N. W.
223 Grant Avenue
Frederick W. Hines, D'42
Peter N. Pastore, M'34
3801 North Fairfax Drive
C. Newton V
an Horn, M'46
Term Expires December 31, 1964
John M. Bierer, P'30
J. Pelham Broaddus. D'30
Braxton H. Coiner, P'26
Custis L. Coleman, M'43M
Medical Arts Building
James D. Haoood, M'13, USM
Miss Nora Spencer Hamner, N'14
29 Willway Avenue
Alexander L. Martone, D'37
Medical Towers Building
Robert Massie, Jr.. M'34
St. Luke's Hospital
Term Expires December 31. 1965
'yndham B. Blanton. Jr., M'50
S28 West Franklin Street
Thomas C. Bradshaw. D'35
First National Building
Hunter M. Gaunt. P'26
Main and Valley Avenue
Miss Mae Belle lee, N'ol
Zeigler House, MCV
Fletcher L. Raiford, M'41
tendersonville. North Carolin
Ralph M. Ware, P'42
7932 Cherokee Road
Delaware Valley Chapter
President — Dr. Donald L. Baxter, M'54
4"?1 Briarhill Road, Springfield, Delaware County, Pennsylvania
Vice-President — Dr. Robert G. Stineman. M'49
Secretary-Treasurer — Dr. Edward G. Sharp. M'34
Florida West Coast Chapter
President — Dr. Hawley H. Seiler, M'37
517 Bayshore Blvd., Tampa 6, Florida
Vice-President — Dr. Paul A. Tanner, Jr.. M'53
Secretary-Treasurer — Mr. Graham F. Hendley. P'54
Kanawha Valley Chapter
President — Dr. Joseph A. Smith. M'50
313 12th Street, Dunbar, West Virginia
Vice-President — Dr. Carl B. Hall, M'4()
Secretary-Treasurer — Dr. Catherine R. Stoeckel, M'42
New York Chapter
President — Dr. Richard D. Turin. M'44
755 Ocean Avenue. Brooklyn 26, N. Y.
I' ice-President — Dr. Raymond E. Stone, M'46
Secretary-Treasurer — Dr. Granville M. Leaman. M'34
North Carolina Chapter
President — Dr. John B. Walker, Jr., M'44
Medical Village, Burlington, North Carolina
Vice-President — Dr. George W. Holmes. M'3l
Secretary-Treasurer — Dr. Yates S. Palmer, M'31
President— Uk. S. B. Wright, P'17
30 Fear Avenue, Hampton, Virginia
President-Elect — Dr. Conway W. Smith, Jr., D'50
Secretary-Treasurer — Dr. Thomas W. Sale. Jr., M'52
Puerto Rico Chapter
President — Dr. R. Rodriquez-Monlina. M'26
12 Huicy Street, Santurce, Puerto Rico
Secretary-Treasurer — Mr. Willys K. Julia, HA'58
President — Dr. Hume S. Powell, D'4l
Professional Building, Franklin Street at Fifth
Richmond 19, Virginia
Vice-President — Dr. Henry S. Spencer. M'53
Secretary — Mr. Carl E. Bain, P'51
Treasurer — Miss Marguerite G. Nicholson, N'34
President — Mr. Wallace Klein. P'51
642 Marshall Street, Salem, Virginia
President Elect — Dr. Homer Bartley. M'36
Secretary-Treasurer — Mrs. Elizabeth L. Sibley, N'49
President — Dr. James L. Thomson, HS
Medical Towers, Norfolk 7, Virginia
President Elect — Dr. Harold A. Epstein, D'40
Secretary-Treasurer — Mr. Bernard Behrman, P'29
President — Dr. C V. Townsend. M'49
230 South Queen, Martinsburg, West Virginia
1st Vice-President — Dr. Leon Slavin, D'31
2nd Vice-President — Mr. Carl Parrjsh
3rd Vice-President — Mr. Carl F. Emswiller, Jr., P'62
Secretary-Treasurer — Mrs. John Hoover, N'35
Northern Virginia, Washington, and
Southern Maryland Chapter
President — Dr. John E. Alexander, M'35
Seven Corners Medical Building. Falls Church, Virginia
Vice-President — Dr. Glenn M. Spitler, D'36
Secretary — Dr. Ralph B. Holmes. D'47
West Virginia Chapter
President — Dr. Angelo J. Villani, M'35
293 Virginia Avenue. Welch, West Virginia
New Medical Education Buildini
The long-awaited medical education
building was completed this summer. Im-
mediately many of the medical school's
departments began moving into their new
quarters " under the careful eye of As-
sistant Dean of Medicine Miles E. Hench.
Biochemistry greatly overcrowded for
laboratory space on the fourth floor of
the clinic building was one of the first
departments to move. Pathology evacu-
ated its space in the Egyptian Building
leaving room there for the microbiology
department to expand. The departments
of medicine and surgery were provided
with space for research and for teaching
in the new Porter and Bigger auditoriums.
Many alumni will wonder why there is
so much emphasis on "space" and "build-
ings." The fact is that the College could
not expand its teaching in the confines
of its older buildings. Modern medical
education simply requires more laboratory
space and facilities for visual educational
aids such as television and motion pictures.
With these expanded facilities, it is hoped
that the classes in medicine especially can
gradually be increased from the present
enrollment of 86 to perhaps 100 or more.
There is at present an actual need for
more physicians to care tor the ever-in-
creasing population and MCV will have
to meet this exigency.
But space and buildings do not neces-
sarily guarantee the development of ideal
physicians. The emphasis is to be placed
on education, rather than buildings. It is
anticipated that the students who learn in
this new facility will become more than
scientists and technicians. Here will be
developed the ideal physician who as Sir
Lionel Whitby has described him, will be
cultured, broadly educated in the humani-
ties, intelligent and intellectual, of trans-
parent integrity, humane and sympathetic,
and, above all, one who will love his
profession as well as his fellow men.
On the following six pages are photo-
graphic glimpses of some of the features
of the new education building.
E. Randolph Trice, M.D.
Dr. Kinloch Nelson, dean of medicine, proudly examines the building inscription in the lobby of the new medical education building.
Offices for the dean of medicine, the president of the College, and other officers are on the ground floor. The cover shows the
building which is located between Eleventh and Twelfth Streets facing Marshall.
Dr. Edwin S. Higgins demonstrates a pro-
cedure to Andrew Clcre (P'65) and Fred-
erick T. Beller (P'65).
Some of the staff of the medicine department gather for a medical seminar on the sixth floor in the William Branch Porter auditorium.
Front row, left to right: Drs. W. T. Thompson, Jr. (M'38), Harry Walker (M'26), Elam C. Toone, Jr. (M'34), G. Watson James, III
(M'43D), and William R. Harlan, Jr. (M'55). Second row: Drs. St. George Tucker, Richard H. Kirkland (M'48), John H. Moon (M'49),
and Reno R. Porter (M'35). Third row: Drs. Laurie E. Rennie (M'54), I. Norman Sporn (M'57), Alvin M. Zfass (M'57) and William T.
Dabney, III (M'54).
Three members of the medicine class of '64,
Roger Gifford, Irvin Hess, and George
Knox, study in one of the study carrels
provided on the sixth and eighth floors.
Some of the
left to right,
members of the surgical staff meet for a conference in the Issac A. Bigger auditorium on the eighth floor. First row,
Drs. Custis L. Coleman (M'43M), John P. Eastham (M'37), Frank Philip Coleman (M'31), and Webster P. Barnes (M'26).
Drs. T. Duval Watts (M'35), George D. Vaughan (M'39), J. Robert Massie, Jr. (M'34) and Robert V. Terrell (M'34). Third
H. McGuire, Jr. (M'55), Max S. Rittenbury (M'53), Hunter Jackson (M'42), Charles W. Byrd (M'43M), and R. C. Siersema
furnishings in this auditorium were provided by the fund collected by friends and former residents of the late pro-
fessor of surgery.
Drs. George K. Brooks, Jr. (M'42), Milton D.
Friedenberg (M'47), and Claude L. Neale
(M'28) examine one of the cameras used by
the visual education department to televise
Dr. H. Hudnall Ware, Jr. (M'24), fourth
from left, meets with some of his obstetric
staff, Drs. Charles M. Graham, Jr. (M'59),
John A. Board (M'55), Joseph C. Parker
(M'40), Harry H. Howren (M'52), and Wash-
ington C. Winn (M'35), in their conference
room on the second floor just prior to the
arrival of students for another session of
the Meconium Club."
For the first time, adequate facilities have
been provided for some of the speciality
divisions of the medical service, such as
dermatology, neurology, and allergy, as
well as hematology. Miss Jane Spicer de-
monstrates the Tissuematon used in his-
topathology preparations to Dr. Francis H.
McMullan (M'51) on the left and Dr. E.
Randolph Trice (M'47)
Drs. Ruth Williams Campbell (M'57),
Carolyn M. McCue (M'41), Walter E. Bundy,
Jr. (M'45), and Reuben B. Young (M'57)
discuss some of their problems in the
pediatric library on the fifth floor awaiting
the start of a pediatrics conference with
Members of the dental faculty, Drs. Richard
L. Simpson (D'35), Willie D. Crockett (D'47),
George W. Burke, Jr. (D'44), and Harry
W. Fore, Jr. (D'52), visit the physiology lab.
Some of the members of the junior class in
nursing arrive for a conference. The pri-
mary use of the building is for the medical
school but members of all the schools wi
have a few classes here.
Two local members of the Board of Visitors
and the executive committee of the Col-
lege, Dr. Richard A. Michaux (M'37) and
Mr. R. Reginald Rooke (P'21), confer in the
Board room equipped with closed circuit
television. Dr. William Porter's portrait has
since been moved to Porter auditorium.
Mr. Charles Penrose, Jr., president of the Newcomen Society, Dr. R. Blackwell Smith,
Jr., president of MCV, Governor Albertis S. Harrison, Jr., and Mr. Ervin H. Will, chairman
of the Board of the Virginia Electric and Power Co., talk together at the dinner of the
The Newcomen Society of North
America honored the Medical College of
Virginia with a dinner, Thursday, Sep-
tember 26, 1963, at the Hotel John Mar-
shall in Richmond. The occasion marked
another observance of the 125th anniver-
sary of the founding of the institution.
The Newcomen Society centers its atten-
tion upon the history of material civili-
zation including industry, agriculture,
banking, mining, education, economics,
and the law. During recent years, many
of America's largest corporate interests
and educational institutions have been
recognized and honored.
Dr. R. Blackwell Smith, Jr., president
of the College, was the guest of honor.
He was introduced by Mr. Samuel M. Be-
miss, vice-chairman of the Board of Visi-
tors and a member of the Newcomen So-
The president described the founding
of the institution as a department of
Hampden-Sydney College. This relation-
ship was lost when there was a disagree-
ment between the faculty and the Board
of Trustees regarding the initial appoint-
ment to a newly-established chair. A phy-
sician had been recommended for the
appointment by the faculty; however,
a group of local physicians, not con-
nected with the school, suggested another
candidate whom the Trustees favored. The
faculty applied for a charter which in
effect removed them from the control of
the Trustees; and, following a bitter
campaign, the charter was granted in
1854 and the Medical College of Vir-
ginia was established as an independent
institution. It became a State institution
Later came the Civil War when Dr.
James B. McCaw, a member of the Col-
lege faculty, established Chimborazo Hos-
pital where more than 76,000 sick and
wounded were treated in one of the larg-
est military hospitals ever operated. Other
members of the College faculty held mili-
tary appointments and in addition con-
tinued their teaching responsibilities.
Classes were graduated every year during
the war, MCV being the only medical
school still in existence in the South
which was able to carry on an educational
program during this period.
Following the Civil War, Dr. Hunter
Holmes McGuire noted the continuing
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"""" ^i-^ ~
in duodenal ulcer therapy.. .anticholinergic benefits
...■'"'■ ' ■ ' . ■ .■•'■
(To show symbolically how
glycopyrrolate stops the burning pain
of peptic ulcer, our photographer
set fire to a section of an old stump
and photographed it. Then, to
dramatize healing, he patched the
lesion with plastic wood and
photographed the solid results.)
glycopyrrolate, 1 mg. per tablet
glycopyrrolate, 1 mg., and phenobarbital,
l A gr. per tablet/Warning: may be habit forming.
produce solid results
Glycopyrrolate establishes a more favorable
healing environment for your ulcer patient. It
reduces acid volume 1 " 4 . . .elevates and main-
tains gastric pH 1 ... suppresses hypermotility 4 ' 5
without affecting gastric emptying. 5 The inci-
dence of disturbing side effects with glycopyr-
rolate is extremely low 79 — proof that it caters
to your patient's comfort.
outstanding clinical results: Clinical results
with glycopyrrolate have been outstanding. In
795 reported cases of peptic ulcer, good to
excellent results were achieved in 83.1%, or
661. Posey sums it up when he says, "In effect
with glycopyrrolate, one approaches an ideal
agentforthe management of peptic ulcer. With
it a vagolytic effect may be obtained without
interfering with gastric emptying— the medical
equivalent to vagectomy plus an adequate
drainage procedure." 2 We invite you to try
Robinul (glycopyrrolate) in your practice and
discover firsthand how it establishes a more
favorable healing environment to give you solid
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Side Effects: Dryness of mouth, blurred vision,
urinary difficulties, and constipation are sel-
dom troublesome and may generally be con-
trolled by reduction of dosage. Other unwanted
effects such as skin rashes have been reported
Precautions: Administer with care to patients
with incipient glaucoma.
Contraindicated: In acute glaucoma, prostatic
hypertrophy, and in the presence of urinary
bladder neck obstruction or pyloric obstruction
or stenosis with significant gastric retention.
Robinul-PH is contraindicated in patients
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hepatic or renal disease.
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School of Nursing
One purpose for publishing the words
and notation about the MCV school of
nursing song in the last issue of The
Scarab was to clarify our understand-
ing of the matter.
In spite of careful checking by as many
of us as possible, we find now that our
information about the origin and author-
ship of the song was incorrect. Through
the medium of The Scarab, we have re-
ceived correspondence which indicates
the need for further validation of the au-
thorship. We would appreciate hearing
from anyone who has specific information
which could shed more light on the
matter, with respect to the song's origin
in words and music.
The school of nursing initiated its
'63-'64 academic session with an enroll-
ment of 270 students. Two hundred
twenty-four enrolled in the baccalaureate
degree program and 34 in the associate
degree program. We are pleased to have
matriculated, also, four registered nurses
as full-time students and seven as part-
The year ahead looks exciting and
Doris B. Yingling, dean
School of Pharmacy
The first students to graduate in the
five-year program are now in our senior
class. This class of students numbers 25,
a marked decrease from the class of
1963, but more than most schools of
pharmacy will graduate next spring. The
class of 1965 will also be relatively small
and will number about 35-40 next year.
We enrolled a good group of second
year students and the class of 1966 pres-
ently is 71 students. We thank all of our
alumni who sent us qualified students.
We are starting to enroll students for
entrance in 1964 and any youngster who
will have 32 semester hours of college
work by the fall of 1964 made up of 8
semester hours of chemistry or biology, 6
hours of mathematics, 6 hours of English,
and 12 hours of non-science electives may
Warren E. Weaver, dean
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June, 1963, graduation brought the
total number of alumni, after thirteen
years of existence as a school, to 142. In
this period of time, nine are known to
have left the field of hospital administra-
tion, one has died, and eight are listed
as positions unknown.
Graduates in top administrative posts
are 53; those in secondary administrative
posts are 64; others are in related fields.
Fifty-six are employed in Virginia. The
next largest number of alumni, 16, are
employed in Florida. North Carolina is
next with 11.
Admitted to the school in September
for possible graduation two years hence
were 16 students from the following
states: Virginia, 5; West Virginia, 2;
Wisconsin, 2; Michigan, 1; New York, 1;
North Carolina, 1 ; Connecticut, 1 ; South
Carolina, 1; Ohio, 1; and Tennessee, 1.
Robert Hudgens, director
Department of Dietetics
Again another school year has gotten
underway. We are proud to announce
that Miss Mary Kelly is now a member of
our staff again in the capacity of educa-
tion director for our internship program.
We have already seen some fruits of her
labors with our new group of interns.
We do plan for bigger and better things
now that we have Miss Kelly to devote
full time to working with interns and
staff in our education program.
The '63-64 group of interns come
from far and near. They number eleven
and come from the following states and
Virginia — 4, Florida — 1, South Caro-
lina — 1, Illinois — 1, Texas — 1, Louisiana
— 1, Phillipines — 1, China — 1.
We will bring you news of our activi-
ties through the year. The welcome mat
is always out, so come see us any time.
Kathryn W. Heitshu, director of
School of Radiation Technology
It is quite noticeable that in the last
few years the department of radiology
has taken on a new face. This seems in
direct proportion to the hospital's new
advances in every aspect. The "new look"
penetrates from the surface to the depart-
ment's inner core, encompasses person-
nel, machines, methods, and functions.
Along with the modern look and in
stride with progress, the addition of the
isotope division was welcomed. The de-
partment in its entirety is now chiefly
composed of twenty diagnostic machines,
of which six are combination fluoroscopy
units, three being equipped with image
amplifiers. There are in operation six mo-
bile units, one head unit, two body sec-
tion machines, one polaroid unit, one
70mm unit, two therapy machines, and
an isotope laboratory.
Many of these new machines, in
themselves, are quite unique and com-
plex, affording more varied and better
results. Because of this highly mech-
anized equipment, more skill is re-
quired of the department's staff. For in-
stance, the diagnostic division includes
closed circuit television, cineradiography,
a Semmens body section unit, two San-
chez-Perez seriographs, and one bi-plane
Schonander seriograph, just to mention a
The radiation therapy division boasts
of a two-million volt maxitron therapy
machine including closed circuit televi-
sion and a unique dual purpose 100,000-
300,000 volt machine. A cobalt unit will
also soon be a reality.
The advanced and sprawling isotope
and neuclear medicine division is in-
deed a field also requiring special skilled
personnel to match this growing field.
This division maintains ten varying types
of machines. Because isotopes now has
in action a definite training program, a
forward step has recently been taken to
set down basic training requirements. A
radio-isotope technologist is a special-
ized radiologic technologist who has suc-
cessfully completed a two-year accredited
program. Then after a thirteen-week in-
ternship in isotopes, the technologist is
eligible for a national board registry ex-
amination; the first of which was recently
given in this state. Because of such pro-
grams and the facilities available, special-
ists and student training in radiology at
the Medical College of Virginia receive
more opportunities to better equip them-
selves to match and support the modern
advances in medicine.
Jean Gossage, chief technologist
School of Dentistry
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Our faculty hopes that you will afford them the privilege of greeting you at
Harry Lyons, dean
SINCE 1871 • RICHMOND. VIRGINIA
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tendency of many Southerners to seek
medical education in the Northern cities
where a longer period of training was
required. As a result he established the
University College of Medicine and pro-
vided courses of comparable length with
ample laboratory work. The new college
also included schools of dentistry and
pharmacy. As the quality of instruction
improved, so did the enrollment until the
financial strain became unbearable for an
institution without endowment resources.
A plan was adopted which provided for
the transfer of the Memorial Hospital to
a consolidated medical college consisting
of the Medical College of Virginia and
the University College of Medicine, there-
by forming a stronger institution as re-
gards both teaching and patient care.
Periodically there were discussions con-
cerning the possibility of combining the
Medical College with the school of medi-
cine of the University of Virginia. It was
proposed that the school be located in
Richmond as a part of the University and
that all the property of the College be
deeded to the University. The final con-
sideration of this proposal resulted in the
introduction of a bill in the General As-
sembly which won approval in the House
of Delegates but was defeated in the
Senate. Today we realize the wisdom of
the action of the Senate, as Virginia is
fortunate to have two medical schools to
meet the ever increasing needs of the
Commonwealth for physicians.
World War I again found the Medical
College making an important contribu-
tion to the military service. The 45th Base
Hospital was organized by the College
and won favorable commendation from
the War Department for outstanding
service while stationed in Toul, France.
Following W.W. I, a period of expan-
sion and improvement was initiated un-
der the leadership of Dr. William T.
Sanger, who succeeded Stuart McGuire as
president in 1925. The strong support of
members of the Board of Visitors and
other friends provided impetus for the
program which saw a growth of faculty
and physical plant that enabled the Col-
lege to take its proper place as an out-
standing educational institution in the
World War II found the College pro-
viding the cadre for the 45 th General
Hospital which was organized at Fort Lee
and saw service in North Africa and Italy.
The surgeon general of the Army cited
the unit for their effectiveness in the care
and treatment of patients which resulted
in an unprecedented low-mortality rate
for military operations.
At the close of the war, the College
had an influx of students that taxed the
facilities and faculty. A new program of
strengthening and expansion was initi-
ated. Many faculty members were added
and a facilities program begun which has
culminated in the opening of the medi-
cal education building during 1963.
The seven individuals who perhaps
have contributed most through the years
are Dean Augustus L. Warner, the mov-
ing genius among the founders; the
strong and able men who carried the
major burden of responsibility during the
civil war years, Deans Levin S. Joynes and
James B. McCaw; Dean Christopher
Tompkins who established the MCV
schools of dentistry, pharmacy and nurs-
ing and directed the affairs of the Col-
lege for twenty progressive years; the
two who did the most to effectuate the
consolidation of MCV and UCM, Dr.
Stuart McGuire and Dr. George Ben
Johnston; and Dr. William T. Sanger, the
man who guided the destiny of the col-
lege for 31 years.
The dinner was attended by nearly
three hundred of Richmond's most dis-
tinguished citizens and faculty members
of the institution. This was an occasion
in which all alumni may take special pride
and one which did honor to the institu-
tion in a fitting manner.
The complete text of Dr. Smith's ad-
dress will be published and distributed
at an early date.
John H. Heil, assistant president
LEST WE FORGET
1908UCM David E. Stone (D), of Rocky
Mount, Virginia, lias died according to the
Ivy L. Thomason (N), of Fredericksburg,
Virginia, has died according to the post
1911UCM Percy E. Schools (M), of Rich-
mond, Virginia, died in August.
1913UCM John A. Ligon (P), of Clarks-
ville, Virginia, died.
1914 George Bentley Byrd (M), of Nor-
folk, Virginia died on April 29. He served
in the Navy during World Wars I and II,
retiring in 1952 as captain. Dr. Byrd also
was a member of the faculty of the Uni-
versity of Virginia.
1915 Edward B. Kilby (M), of Newport
News, Virginia, died on. July 18. He prac-
ticed in Toano and Williamsburg from
1923 to 1958.
1917 Adlai Ewing Stephenson Lilly (M),
of Richmond, Virginia, died on July 27.
He received his master's degree in internal
medicine from the University of Pennsyl-
vania. Dr. Lilly was on the staff of Rich-
mond Memorial Hospital and Retreat for
the Sick and a director of the Medical
Arts Building Corporation.
1922 H. Archer Wooldridge (D), of Rich-
mond, Virginia, died on September 26. He
was a veteran of World War I.
1923 Reuben Richard Sloan (P), of Ruth-
erfordton. North Carolina, died on August
12. He had been owner of Sloan Drug
Company until his retirement in 1959.
1927 Thomas Stuart Bowyer (M), of Bal-
timore, Maryland, died in early September.
He was a specialist in obstetrics and
gynecology. Dr. Bowyer was a member of
the staff of St. Agnes and Bon Secours
hospitals and chief physician of St. Vin-
cent's Infant Home.
1928 Thomas Henning Anderson (M), of
Lawrenceville, Virginia, died on July 17.
He was a general practitioner and medical
examiner for Brunswick County and a
member of the county electoral board. Dr.
Anderson was a surgeon for the Atlantic
and Danville Railroad.
1929 Charles L. Baird (M), of Farmville,
Virginia, died on July 15. He was a ra-
diologist at Southside Community Hos-
pital. Dr. Baird served in World War II
winning the Legion of Merit and the
Garden Spot for Senior Citizens
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R. Bridgeforth Hutcheson (D), of Cbase
City, Virginia, died on July 17, 1963.
1930 Thomas J. Banton (P), of Madison
Heights, Virginia, died on May 7. He was
a former owner of Madison Pharmacy and
presently had been employed by Patterson
1931 Harold Wilbur Miller (M), of Wood-
stock, Virginia, died on July 4. He was a
county medical examiner for Shenandoah
County, a member of the State Board of
Health, and the Virginia Council on High-
1938 Edward G. Sharp (M), of Philadel-
phia, Pennsylvania, died on August 15 after
suffering a heart attack the preceding aft-
ernoon. He had practiced there since he
completed his residency. Dr. Sharp was
active in many phases of his profession,
serving as chairman of the civil defense
committee of the Philadelphia County Med-
ical Society from 1956 to 1959 in which he
brought national recognition to himself and
the society, as chairman of the Society's
standing committee on public relations
since 1960, and as medical supervisor of
the Philadelphia school district. He was
also on the committee on disaster medicine
and the commission on public relations of
the Pennsylvania Medical Society. Dr.
Sharp will be sorely missed by us as he
was one of the main cogs in the Delaware
Valley Chapter of the Alumni Association.
1946 Mary H. Rourke (Diet.), of Tucson,
Arizona, died on April 26. Miss Rourke
was head therapeutic dietician at St.
Mary's hospital, San Francisco, Califor-
nia, from 1947 to 1953 and a member of
the staff of the California bureau of health
nutrition since 19^3.
1954 James Reginald Cochran (M), of
Laurinburg, North Carolina, was killed in
an automobile accident on June 30. He
was a specialist in obstetrics and gynecol-
1907UCM Howard G. Whitehead (P), of
Richmond, Virginia, was elected honorary
president of the National Association of
Boards of Pharmacy recently at their
1917 S. B. Wright (P), of Hampton, Vir-
ginia, was re-elected a member of the VPA
council by the Peninsula Pharmaceutical
1922 Charles M. Caravati (M), of Rich-
mond, Virginia, was guest speaker at the
annual meeting of the Medical Association
of the State of Alabama on April 25-26. He
spoke before the section on internal medi-
cine on "Hepatic Structure and Function
in Health and Disease" and before the
general session on "The Management of
the Gastric Ulcer." Dr. Caravati partici-
pated in a panel on "Newer Developments
in Internal Medicine."
1924 Frank C. Fuqua (P), of Fredericks-
burg, Virginia, was elected president of
the Rappahannock Pharmaceutical Asso-
S. Nelson Gray (D), of Alexandria, Vir-
ginia, is the representative to the Liaison
Committee to the Fifth District Trustee
of the ADA.
O. R. Hodgin (D) and his wife, of Thom-
asville, North Carolina, left August 27 on
the Matsonia for Hawaii. They returned
on September 12 by jet.
1927 W. Linwood Ball (M), of Richmond,
Virginia, attended the American Academy
of General Practice State Officers' Con-
ference in Kansas City in September.
1929 Bernard Behrman (P), of Norfolk,
Virginia, was recently installed as presi-
dent of the Tidewater Pharmaceutical As-
Chapman H. Binford (M), of Arlington,
Virginia, has been appointed medical di-
rector of the 35-year-old Leonard Wood-
ward Memorial (American Leprosy Foun-
dation). He was formerly chief of geo-
graphic pathology at the Armed Forces
Institute of Pathology in Washington. He
will continue to occupy this post until a
successor is found, as he directs leprosy
research for the foundation.
Thomas N. Hunnicutt, Jr. (M), of New-
port News, Virginia, had an exhibit on
"Pulmonary Function in Electric-arc Weld-
ers Compared to Nonwelders" in conjunc-
tion with John T. Myles (M'55), of New-
port News, Virginia, at the Medical Society
of Virginia meeting in October.
1930 John Wyatt Davis, Jr. (M) of
Lynchburg, Virginia, was the morning
moderator at the Blue Ridge Academy of
General Practice postgraduate seminar at
Roanoke on August 10. He attended the
American Academy of General Practice
State Officers' Conference in Kansas City
Julian H. Yeatman (M), of Fork Union,
Virginia, has been elected vice-president
of the Virginia Medical Service Associa-
1931 Otis G. King (M), of Bluefield, West
Virginia, is president elect of the West
Virginia Heart Association.
Ira L. Hancock (M), of Creeds, Virginia,
has been reappointed to the State Hospital
Board by the Governor of Virginia.
1932 Harriette A. Patteson (N), of Rich-
mond, Virginia, attended an institute on
continuing education in nursing in Atlanta,
John B. Todd (D), of Newport News, Vir-
ginia, is chairman of the budget commit-
tee of the Virginia State Dental Associa-
1933 Samuel F. Driver (M), of Roanoke,
Virginia, has been elected vice-president
of the Virginia Academy of General Prac-
tice. Fie was the moderator for the after-
noon session of the Blue Ridge Academy
of General Practice postgraduate seminar
in Roanoke in September. At this same
meeting, David S. Garner (M), of Roa-
noke, Virginia, introduced the guest speak-
Byrnal M. Haley (D), of Warrenton, Vir-
ginia, is chairman of the military affairs
committee of the Virginia State Dental
George C. White (P), of Norfolk, Vir-
ginia, has been selected as financial sec-
retary of the Tidewater Pharmaceutical
1934 Frank W. Jones (M), of Newton,
North Carolina, is chairman of the in-
surance industry liaison committee of the
Medical Society of the State of North
Carolina as well as chairman of the com-
mittee on nominations.
Philip W. Oden (M), of Ronceverte, West
Virginia, has been chosen president of the
Greenbrier County school board.
Peter N. Pastore (M), of Richmond, Vir-
ginia, has been awarded a national cer-
tificate of merit and a pin for his out-
standing contributions to the area cancer
program by the American Cancer Society.
1935 Moffett H. Bowman (D), of Roa-
noke, Virginia, is chairman of the time
and place of meeting committee of the
Virginia State Dental Association.
S. L. Elfmon (M), of Fayetteville, North
Carolina, has been elected president of
the Fayetteville Lions Club.
James Q. Gant, Jr. (M), of Washington,
D. C, has been promoted to clinical pro-
fessor of dermatology and syphilology at
George Washington University school of
medicine, where he has been associated
since 1946. Dr. Gant continues his private
practice in his field and is chief of der-
matology and allergy at the outpatient de-
partment of the veterans benefit office of
the VA in Washington. He continues, as
well, his work in astrology particularly on
the moon's surface.
John P. Lynch (M), of Richmond, Vir-
ginia, was appointed chief of the medical
staff of the Virginia Home for Incurables.
Gus R. Stevens (D), of Richmond, Vir-
ginia, has given up the practice of den-
tistry due to a highly sensitive skin con-
dition to begin a second career in real
1937 Quinton E. Cooke (M), of Murfrees-
boro, North Carolina, is a vice-councilor
for the Medical Society of the State of
North Carolina from the first district.
William B. Hoover (M), of Norfolk, Vir-
ginia, was installed as corresponding sec-
retary of the Norfolk County Medical So-
Richard N. O'Dell (M), of Charleston,
West Virginia, presented a paper at the
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scientific session of the West Virginia
Diabetes Association on September 7.
1938 David M. Cogdell (M), of Fayette-
ville, North Carolina, is chairman of the
committee on medicare of the Medical So-
ciety of the State of North Carolina.
1939' L. H. Crockett (P), of Wytheville,
Virginia, has been named a council mem-
ber by the Southwest Virginia Pharma-
Fernando E. Rodriquez (D), of Arlington,
Virginia, is chairman of the clinic com-
mittee for the Virginia State Dental As-
1940 W. Yates League (D), of Richmond,
Virginia, is chairman of the dental service
corporation committee of the Virginia
State Dental Association.
1940 Edward Y. Lovelace, Jr. (D), of Bed-
ford, Virginia, is chairman of the relief
committee of the Virginia State Dental
1941 David M. Bear (D), of Richmond,
Virginia, is chairman of the legislative
committee of the Virginia State Dental
Association. Joseph M. Kline, Jr. (D), of
Arlington, Virginia, is chairman of the
advisory committee to the dental hygien-
ists and John G. Wall (D), of Charlottes-
ville, Virginia, is chairman of the consti-
tution and bylaws committee of the same
Paul H. Caplan (P), of Norfolk, Virginia,
is the newly-elected president of the Tide-
water Pharmaceutical Association.
Linwood S. Leavitt (P), of Virginia Beach,
Virginia, is a member of the board of direc-
tors of the Tidewater Pharmaceutical As-
Carl P. Parker, Jr. (M), of Falls Church,
Virginia, has been awarded a certificate
of merit by the board of trustees of the
Fairfax Hospital in recognition of his
efforts in organizing the institute's original
1942 C. S. Lawson, Jr. (M), of Fairmont,
West Virginia, has been elected a mem-
ber of the board of the Marion County
Cyril R. Mirmelstein (D), of Newport
News, Virginia, is chairman of the dental
education committee of the Virginia State
1943M William J. Hagood, Jr. (M), of
Clover, Virginia, attended the American
Academy of General Practice State Of-
ficers' Conference in Kansas City in Sep-
David Kafka (P), of Alexandria, Virginia,
is the new president of the Potomac Phar-
William T. Lawson (M), of Fairmont,
West Virginia, has been elected vice-
president of the Marion County Medical
1943D Robert A. Hoffman (M), of Rich-
mond, Virginia, has been chosen president
of the Virginia Chapter of the National
Kidney Disease Foundation.
Virgil R. May, Jr. (M), of Richmond, Vir-
ginia, presented a paper in conjunction
with Ernest L. Clements, Jr. (M'59), also
of Richmond, on "Epiphyseal Stapling to
Control Leg Length Growth" at the Med-
ical Society of Virginia meeting in Roa-
noke on October 9.
1944 Thomas C. Iden (M), of Berryville,
Virginia, has been appointed to the State
board of health by the Governor of Vir-
Charles B. Wilkerson (M), of Raleigh,
North Carolina, is chairman of the com-
mittee of credentials to the House of Del-
egates of the Medical Society of the State
of North Carolina.
1945 Owen Gwathmey (M), of Richmond,
Virginia, served as moderator for the panel
discussion at the afternoon session on Oc-
tober 7 at the Medical Society of Virginia
Ernest W. Larkin, Jr., of Washington,
North Carolina, is a vice-councillor for
the second district of the Medical Society
of the State of North Carolina.
Archie C. Thompson (M), of Elkins, West
Virginia, is the newly-elected vice-presi-
dent of the West Virginia Heart Asso-
1946 Claude C. Coleman, Jr. (M), of Char-
lottesville, Virginia, presented a paper on
"The Unsatisfactory Facial Scar" at the
Medical Society of Virginia meeting in
Roanoke, on October 7. He also had an
exhibit on "Surgical Management of Ex-
tensive Cardinomas of the Mouth and
John A. Gill (M), of Richmond, Virginia,
spoke on "Unilateral Bony Orbital In-
jury Involving the Maxillary Sinus" at
the Medical Society of Virginia meeting
in Roanoke on October 7.
1947 J. Edward Hill (M), of Richmond,
Virginia, delivered a paper on "Urological
Emergencies" at the Medical Society of
Virginia meeting in Roanoke.
John N. Pastore (D), of Richmond, Vir-
ginia, is chairman of the representatives
to the Virginia Council on Health and
Medical Care for the Virginia State Dental
Russell E. (P) and Louise F. (P'45) Simp-
son, Jr., of Virginia Beach, Virginia, an-
nounce the birth of a second daughter,
Martha Jane, on February 7.
1948 Robert Irby (M), of Richmond, Vir-
ginia, in conjunction with Bernard F. Witt-
kamp, Jr. (M'56) and Elam C. Toone, Jr.
(M'34), also of Richmond, presented an
exhibit on "Steroid Cataracts (PSC) in
1949 Arnold L. Brown, Jr. (M), has been
advanced to assistant professor of pathol-
ogy at the Mayo Foundation, Rochester,
Jean Hayter (N), of Richmond, Virginia,
attended the research committee meeting
of the Southern Regional Education Board
Montague C. Marshall (P), of Hampton,
Virginia, was elected treasurer of the
Peninsula Registered Pharmacists Asso-
1950 M. Lee Baker (P), of Gate City,
Virginia, is secretary of the Lonesome
Pine Pharmaceutical Association.
Thomas E. Bruce, Jr. (P), of Scottsville,
Virginia, has been chosen secretary-treas-
urer of the Valley Pharmaceutical Asso-
William B. Poland, Jr. (P), of Hampton,
Virginia, was elected vice-president of the
Peninsula Registered Pharmacists Associa-
Ray C. Scott (P), of Norfolk, Virginia, has
been named a member of the board of di-
rectors of the Tidewater Pharmaceutical
Walker P. Sydnor (D), of Lynchburg, Vir-
ginia, is chairman of the council on dental
health of the Virginia State Dental Asso-
Eugene V. White (P), of Berryville, \*ir-
ginia, is the representative to the Virginia
Pharmaceutical Association council from
the Xorthern Virginia Pharmaceutical As-
Hugh O. Wrenn (D), of Richmond, Vir-
ginia, is president of the Virginia Ortho-
donic Society and president-elect of the
Richmond Dental Society.
1951 Robert E. Creger (P) lias moved to
Grottoes, Virginia, where he is associated
with Gooden Drug Company.
Harry P. Lewey (P), of Princeton, West
Virginia, is a council member for the
Southwest Virginia Pharmaceutical Asso-
Charles A. Wornom (P), of Hampton, Vir-
ginia, represents the Peninsula Registered
Pharmacists Association on the VPA Coun-
James E. Wotring (M), of Fairvicw, West
Virginia, has been elected president of the
Marion County Medical Society.
1952 Charles F. Fletcher (D), of Alex-
andria, Virginia, was selected as chairman
of the dental trade and laboratory rela-
tions of the Virginia State Dental Asso-
Powell G. Fox, Jr. (M), of Raleigh, North
Carolina, is secretary of the Raleigh Acad-
emy of Medicine.
Louis R. Wilkerson (M), of Raleigh, North
Carolina, has been certified by the Amer-
ican board of obstetrics and gynecology.
1953 Herman W. Brubaker (M), of Roa-
noke, Virginia, has been made vice-pres-
ident of the Williamson Road Lions Club.
Robert W. Clyburn (P), of Norfolk, Vir-
ginia, is a member of the board of directors
of the Tidewater Pharmaceutical Associa-
tion, as is Ben B. Gee (P), of Chesapeake,
T. Roy Jarrett (D), of Virginia Beach,
Virginia, is chairman of the advisory com-
mittee to dental assistants of the Vir-
ginia State Dental Association.
V. Eric Kemp, Jr. (M), of Richmond, Vir-
ginia, presented a paper on "A Painless
and Bloodless Method for Diagnosis of
Pericardial Effusion" at the Medical Soci-
ety of Virginia meeting on October 7, in
James V. Morgan (P), of Gloucester, Vir-
ginia, was elected president of the Chesa-
peake Pharmaceutical Association.
S. Blaine Sturgill (P), of Pound, Virginia,
was chosen president of the Lonesome Pine
1954 Ronald D. Burton (HA) is hospital
consultant with the Florida State board of
health, division of hospital and nursing
homes, in Jacksonville, Florida.
William C. Combs (P), of Waynesboro,
Virginia, was installed as vice-president
of the Valley Pharmaceutical Association.
He is also the father of a baby girl.
James V. McKenzie (M), of Charleston,
West Virginia, presented a paper at the
scientific session of the West Virginia
Diabetes Association in Charleston on Sep-
Eric A. Windmuller (P), of Newport
News, Virginia, was elected president of
the Peninsula Registered Pharmacists As-
1955 John J. Battaglino, Jr. (M), of Blue-
field, West Virginia, was awarded the de-
gree of master of science in obstetrics and
gynecology from the University of Minne-
sota in July. He completed his residence
in his specialty at the Mavo Foundation
Charles L. Hite (HA) is now with the
department of health, education, and wel-
fare in Charlottesville, Virginia.
Irvin S. Perry (M) has accepted a fellow-
ship in chest and infectious diseases at the
University of North Carolina school of
medicine at Chapel Hill.
George S. (M) and May Warren (MT'53)
Richardson, of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania,
announce the birth of their second child
and first daughter, Carol Warren, on
July 3. Dr. Richardson is completing his
plastic surgery residency at the Univer-
sity of Pittsburgh hospitals.
1956 George N. Calamos (P), of Fred-
ericksburg, Virginia, was elected vice-pres-
ident of the Rappahannock Pharmaceutical
Charles R. Davis (P), of Yorktown, Vir-
ginia, has been elected vice-president of
the Chesapeake Pharmaceutical Associa-
Philip J, Leibowitz (P), of Norfolk, Vir-
ginia, has been chosen a member of the
board of directors of the Tidewater Phar-
J. Marion Woolard, III (D), of Richmond,
Virginia, is engaged to Elizabeth Row-
1957 Burness F. Ansell, Jr. (M), of Char-
lottesville, Virginia, delivered a paper on
"Unrecognized Coagulation Defects as a
Cause of Postoperative Hemorrhage" at
the Medical Society of Virginia on Oc-
Sam W. Crickenberger (P), of Charlottes-
ville, Virginia, is the newly-elected pres-
ident of the Valley Pharmaceutical Asso-
Thomas D. Davis, Jr. (M), of Richmond,
Virginia, presented a paper on "Certain
Pathophysiologic Principles of Gastric
Freezing" in conjunction with Otis W.
Doss, Jr. (M'59), of Richmond, Virginia,
at the Medical Society of Virginia meet-
ing on October 7.
Bruce E. Large (P), of Appalachia, Vir-
ginia, was installed as the vice-president
of the Lonesome Pine Pharmaceutical As-
Thomas A. Walker (M), of Stony Creek,
Virginia, was appointed to the house staff
at the North Carolina hospital and the
Bowman Gray school of medicine. He is
a resident in obstetrics and gynecology.
1958 William P. Caldwell (P), of Pulaski,
Virginia, was elected treasurer of the
Southwest Virginia Pharmaceutical Asso-
John M. Miller, Jr. (M), of Charleston,
South Carolina, is a resident in internal
medicine and was appointed to the house
staff of the North Carolina Baptist hos-
pital and Bowman Gray school of medi-
E. Eugene Rorrer (D) is practicing den-
tistry in Harrisonburg, Virginia.
Gerald L. Selph (P), of Staunton, Vir-
ginia, is the father of a boy.
1959 Reuben H. Broaddus, Jr. (M), of
Ladysmith, Virginia, was married to Judith
Garland Allen on September 14.
Douglas H. Clark (P), of Chilhowie, Vir-
ginia, is the new vice-president and pres-
ident elect of the Southwest Virginia Phar-
H. Philip Gibb, Jr. (P), of Roanoke, Vir-
ginia, and his wife announce the birth of
their son, H. Phillip. III.
Charles McDonald Graham, Jr. (M), of
Richmond, Virginia, is engaged to Lolita
John E. Foster (P), of Mathews, Virginia,
has been elected secretary of the Chesa-
peake Pharmaceutical Association.
M. F. Jefferson (P), of Winchester, Vir-
ginia, is the newly-elected president of
the Northern Virginia Pharmaceutical As-
Arnauld F. Scafidi (P), of Richmond, Vir-
ginia, was married on September 8 to
Wilma Jean Kriecar in Petersburg. Steph-
en A. Scafidi (P'61) was best man and
Hong Woo (M'61), of Richmond, Virginia,
and Joseph Leo Crosier (M'63), of Peters-
burg, Virginia, were ushers.
Catherine Utz (N) has been promoted to
nursing administration assistant for MCV
1960 Jeaneane Haines (PT), of Macon,
Georgia, was married on August 3 to
Michael B. Briles, a graduate of Georgia
Tech in architecture. They will live in At-
lanta. Mrs. Briles is a physical therapist
with the Easter Seal Rehabilitation Cen-
Gustavus V. Jackson, Jr. (M), of Millers
Tavern, Virginia, was married on Septem-
ber 14 to Anne Elizabeth Shannon, of
Richmond, Virginia. Walter H. Graham
(M'60), of Richmond, Virginia, was an
Eugene F. Warren (P), of Wytheville,
Virginia, was chosen secretary of the
Southwest Virginia Pharmaceutical As-
1961 Richard K. Ames (D), of Pakokee,
Florida, and his wife announce the birth
of their second son, Ramon Anthony, on
July 2. Their first son, Richard, Jr., is two.
Edward M. Blackwell (P), of Staunton,
Virginia, is the father of a boy.
Mortimer D. Heizer (M), of Newport
News, Virginia, was presented a certificate
in training in general practice. He re-
ceived a $1,000 award last year from^ the
American Academy of General Practice.
Kathleen Hinchley (N) has been appointed
the nurse in charge of the kidney trans-
plant unit at MCV.
Bruce A. Ketner (D) has opened his of-
fice for the practice of dentistry in Ketner
Center, Salisbury, North Carolina.
William B. Tanner (P) has purchased
Willson Brothers Drug Store in Staun-
1962 Owen W. Brodie (M) has been as-
signed to the USAF hospital at Tyndall
Clarence L. Clodfelter, Jr. (P), of New-
port News, Virginia, was elected sergeant
at arms of the Peninsula Registered Phar-
Sara Easley (N) has been appointed to the
staff of the inservice division at MCV.
Carl F. Emswiller, Jr. (P), of Berryville,
Virginia, is the new secretary-treasurer
of the Northern Virginia Pharmaceutical
1963 Norwood C. Cardozo (M), of Rich-
mond, Virginia, was married on August
3 to Vivian Rowse Hubbard. His best man
was Britton E. Taylor (M'63), of Charles-
ton, South Carolina, and among the
groomsmen were Thomas M. Winn, Jr.
(M'63), of Covington, Virginia, and John
David Cronin (M'63), of Richmond, Vir-
Joseph L. Crosier (M) and his wife, of
Prince George, Virginia, announce the
birth of a daughter, Pamela Jean, on
Charles R. Killingsworth (D) has been
assigned to Dickerson Air Force Station,
North Dakota, after completing his orien-
tation course at Gunter AFB, Alabama.
John P. Manning (PHD) has been ap-
pointed assistant professor of anatomy at
the University of South Dakota.
Lula Margaret Wampler (N), of Bridge-
water, Virginia, was married on July 20
to Robert Kermon Thomason. J. Paul
Wampler (M'58), of Manassas, Virginia,
served as one of the ushers.
Kanawha Valley Chapter
On April 19 the Kanawha Valley
Chapter of the Alumni Association of
MCV held its second meeting at the
Daniel Boone Hotel in Charleston, West
Virginia. Dr. John Hash (M'39), the
president, had planned a delightful
cocktail party and dinner, assisted by the
secretary-treasurer, Dr. Catherine R.
Dr. Hash presided at the meeting with
his usual graciousness. He introduced Dr.
Elam L. Toone (M'34), professor of
medicine at MCV, who told the alumni
there about the latest developments at
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the executive secretary, who extended an
invitation to them to attend the reunion.
Elected to office for the coming year
were: Dr. Joseph A. Smith (M'50), pres-
ident; Dr. Carl B. Hall (M'40), vice
president; and Dr. Catherine R. Stoeckel
It is a pleasure to visit with this group
as their interest and enthusiasm for their
alma mater are good to behold.
North Carolina Chapter
Under the capable leadership of Dr.
Fletcher L. Raiford (M'41), president
of the North Carolina Chapter, the medi-
cal alumni in attendance at the meeting
of the Medical Society of the State of
North Carolina had a preliminary elbow
bending period followed by a delicious
dinner. There was even a keg of beer
and music in the background to add to
the pleasure of those there. Dr. Raiford
also provided a hospitality room where
the alumni could gather during the
breaks in the meeting.
All in all, it was an enjoyable meeting.
Dr. W. T. Thompson, Jr. (M'38), repre-
sented the College and gave a most in-
formative talk on "People, Places, and
Things." The executive secretary was also
The meeting next year will be in
Greensboro and to carry on the fine tra-
ditions of the chapter are Dr. John B.
Walker, Jr. (M'44), of Burlington,
North Carolina; Dr. George W. Holmes
(M'31), of Winston-Salem, North Caro-
lina; and Dr. Yates S. Palmer (M'31),
of Valdese, North Carolina.
Northern Virginia, Washington,
and Southern Maryland Chapter
It always falls the lot of the secretary
of the Northern Virginia, Washington,
and Southern Maryland Chapter to ar-
range the meeting for the group. This
year's secretary, Dr. Glenn M. Spitler
(D'36), did a splendid job in planning
the meeting of the chapter on April
16 at the Army Navy Country Club. A
fine dinner followed the cocktail party
and the president of the chapter, Dr.
Grover Starbuck, introduced the speakers,
Mr. W. Roy Smith, president of the
Alumni Association; Dr. Kinloch Nel-
son, the newly appointed dean of Medi-
cine; and Dr. Richard L. Simpson, chair-
man of the crown and bridge depart-
ment; and the executive secretary.
Elected to office for the coming year
were: Dr. John E. Alexander (M'35),
president; Dr. Glenn M. Spitler (D'36),
vice president; and Dr. Ralph B. Holmes
(D'47), secretary; who will do an ex-
cellent job, we are certain.
Virginia State Dental Association
On April 29, alumni of the Medical
College of Virginia in attendance at the
Virginia State Dental Association met for
lunch at the Golden Triangle Motel un-
der the able chairmanship of Dr. Eddie
Myers (D'26). Good fellowship pre-
vailed and Dr. Myers introduced the
speakers' table who each spoke briefly
on the aims and achievements of the
Alumni Association. They were: Dr. John
M. Hughes (D'08 UCM), who gave the
invocation; Dr. W. C. Henderson
(D'37), secretary of the Alumni Asso-
ciation; Dr. Thomas C. Bradshaw
(D'35), member of the Board; Dr. John
B. Todd (D'32), vice president; Dr.
Hume S. Powell (D'4l), president of
the Richmond Chapter; Dr. Harry
Lyons (D'23), dean of dentistry; and the
executive secretary, who each spoke
Alumni of the College who were at
the Virginia State Pharmaceutical Asso-
ciation convention at the Marriott in Ar-
lington met for luncheon on June 25.
Mr. R. Reginald Rooke presided at the
luncheon in his own inimitable way.
Mr. S. B. Wright gave the invocation
and Mr. W. Roy Smith, president of the
Alumni Association spoke to the group
briefly on the activities of the Alumni
Association. The executive secretary also
said a few words.
West Virginia Chapter
The West Virginia Chapter of the
Alumni Association met on August 22 at
The Greenbrier in conjunction with the
meeting of the West Virginia State Medi-
cal Association. Under the able president.
Dr. Jake Huffman (M'38), and the cap-
able chairman, Dr. Andy Amick (M'25),
a goodly number of the loyal MCV
alumni in West Virginia gathered for
cocktails. Dr. Kinloch Nelson, the new
dean of medicine, brought word of the
activities of the College. Mr. W. Roy
Smith, president of the Alumni Associa-
tion, was there to tell the alumni about
the activities of the Association as well
as Minnie Franck. What a faithful group
this is and their devotion to alma mater
is always an inspiration to those who at-
tend from Richmond.
Nominated and elected to the presi-
dency in the usual fashion was Dr.
Angelo J. Villani (M'35). We are sure
from his remarks that he will do a
The Richmond Chapter met on Sep-
tember 12 at the Barksdale Theater.
Thanks to Physicians Products, Inc., were
extended for a delightful cocktail hour.
The capacity house enjoyed, after dinner,
the production of "Janus."
We were so sorry that our president,
Hume S. Powell (D'4l) and his wife
were unable to be with us because their
children were hurt that afternoon in an
automobile accident. Carl E. Bain (P'51)
pinch-hit for him.
Dr. James L. Thomson, Norfolk neuro-
surgeon, was elected president of the
Tidewater Chapter, Alumni Association
of the Medical College of Virginia, at the
affair held at the Lafayette Yacht Club,
in Norfolk, on September 25. Dr. Harold
A. Epstein (D'40) was chosen president
elect, and Bernard Behrman was re-
elected secretary. Pharmacist David B.
Schwetz (P'24) was the retiring presi-
dent. All are from Norfolk.
From the College and speaking for
MCV were Dr. Doris B. Yingling, dean
of nursing; Dr. Elam C. Toone (M.'34),
professor of medicine; Dr. Milton L.
Neuroth, professor of pharmacy and
chairman of the department; and Miss
Minnie M. Franck, executive secretary of
the Association. Dr. Eddie Myers (D'26),
of Norfolk, a member of the Board of
Visitors of the College, extended dental
Dean Harry Lyons' regrets. His heavy
load in Richmond prevented him from
It was the annual ladies night. A cock-
tail party and a delicious meal had every-
one in a good frame of mind and the
doctors' quartet, styling themselves as The
Harmones then came on for their songs
and jokes and had the gathering in
stitches. Our thanks to the University
of Virginia alumni in the quartet as
well as our boys. The Harmones are
composed of Doctors Robert Gehagan,
Gervas S. Taylor, Jr. (M'44), Gordon
F. Harrell (M'44), and Charles E.
Horton who were making their second
appearance at this annual affair.
Doctor Yingling noted that the nursing
school was the only one at MCV to have
an increase in enrollment. Two hundred
and seventy students are in the school of
nursing and 33 qualified applicants had
to be turned down. "We need nurses
and we need them badly," she told the
alumni and their guests and said it was
most discouraging that MCV could not
enroll all of the qualified applicants for
the nursing school. In a humorous vein
and with a nice smile, she commented,
"We have one great problem — the nurses
marry the medical, dental, and pharmacy
students — then they help them through
school." She was very complimentary
about her faculty.
Dr. Toone said that Dr. Nelson's ap-
pointment as dean of the medical school
was a milestone in the school's history
and noted that many contributions of
monies — one of a million dollars — will
enable the College to make tremendous
strides in education.
Dr. Neuroth brought greetings from
the pharmacy school dean, Dr. Warren
E. Weaver. He said enrollment was off —
that there were only 160 students in the
pharmacy school and the senior class was
at the low figure of 2 5. He urged the
assemblage to interest students to take up
pharmacy as a profession. Several changes
are taking place in the pharmacy school.
A senior now can choose electives which
will train him in the retail field, manu-
facturing, hospital pharmacy or to do
Dr. C. Lydon Harrell (M'09) and Dr.
Charles C. Smith (MT2, UCM) were
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Minnie Franck was here, there, and
everywhere extending greetings from the
Association and renewing old acquaint-
It was a most enjoyable affair and we
look forward to next year and the annual
Bernard Behrman. secretary
What a pleasant evening was enjoyed
by our alumni attending the Medical So-
ciety of Virginia meeting and the mem-
bers of the Roanoke Chapter at the Hotel
Roanoke on October 7. Mr. William
Reid (HA'52), president of the Roanoke
Chapter, presided and welcomed the
group and carried on the rest of the short
meeting in a most pleasing manner.
Dr. Custis L. Coleman (M'43m) mem-
ber of our board of trustees, introduced
Dr. Miles E. Hench, assistant dean of
medicine at the College, who gave a well-
received talk on the problems in the ad-
mission of medical students and the
shortage of qualified students. He asked
for questions from the audience and there
ensued a most interesting discussion.
During the usual nice, informal MCV
way of electing officers, Mr. Wallace S.
Klein (P'51) was chosen president of
the Roanoke Chapter; Dr. Homer Bartley
(M'36), president-elect; and Mrs. Eliza-
beth L. Sibley (N'49) was re-elected sec-
retary-treasurer of the Roanoke Chapter.
We are most grateful to the Roanoke
Chapter and its officers for their coopera-
tion in this venture of combining these
meetings. Their help was invaluable.
indicates as alumnus of MCV
During the months of April through
September, there were new appointments
Dr. William F. Collins, Jr., professor of
neurological surgery and chairman of
the division of neurological surgery
Dr. John P. DaVanzo, lecturer in phar-
Mrs. Jean Dickinson, clinical instructor
in physical therapy
*Dr. Gerald Alan Gildersleeve, assis-
tant professor of radiology
Dr. Ali A. Hossaini, assistant professor
of clinical pathology
Dr. Heinz H. Karnitschnig, assistant pro-
fessor of pathology
*Dr. Natalie Inge Lum, clinical instruc-
tor in pediatrics.
*Dr. Hunter Holmes McGuire, Jr., clin-
ical instructor in surgery
Miss Betty Joyce Moore, assistant profes-
sor of nutrition
*Dr. Perry Franklin Mullinax, Jr., assist-
ant professor of medicine
Dr. John B. Redford, professor of phys-
ical medicine and rehabilitation and
chairman of the department
Dr. Sam N. Rizkalla, research associate
Dr. Jerome H. Sacks, instructor in sur-
Mr. James F. Stubbins, assistant profes-
sor of pharmaceutical chemistry
*Dr. Percy Wooton, clinical instructor
Dr. George Richard Abbott, assistant pro-
fessor of legal medicine
*Dr. Jack Preston Andrews, clinical in-
structor in pediatrics
Dr. Robert H. Armstrong, assistant pro-
fessor of radiology
*Mrs. Alice Burford Booth, instructor in
Dr. Jack Denning Burke, associate pro-
fessor of physiology
Dr. Grimaldo Carvalho, assistant profes-
sor of surgical pathology
Dr. Louis W. Conway, assistant profes-
sor of neurosurgery
Miss Mary E. Coulson, assistant profes-
sor of nursing
*Dr. William D. Covington, instructor in
Dr. Franklin Davis, instructor in path-
Dr. Pearl B. Diana, instructor in psychia-
Dr. John Frederic Edland, fellow in
*Dr. Francis J. Filipowicz, instructor in
oral pathology and dental research
Dr. Donald Stuart Gann, instructor in
Dr. Enrique Gerszten, instructor in path-
*Dr. Robert W. Goode, instructor in
*Dr. Charles McDonald Graham, in-
structor in obstetrics and gynecology
Dr. William D. Groman, assistant profes-
sor of psychology
*Dr. Gordon A. Hearne, instructor in
Mrs. Charlotte A. Higgs, research asso-
*Mr. Norman L. Hilliard, instructor in
Dr. Leonard S. Kaplow, assistant profes-
sor of pathology
Dr. Heinz H. Karnitschnig, assistant
clinical professor of legal medicine
Dr. John F. Kendrick, assistant clinical
professor of surgery (neurosurgery)
*Dr. Murad Kerneklian, instructor in
oral diagnosis and therapeutics
Dr. Edward Samuel Kline, assistant pro-
fessor of biochemistry
Dr. Hyung Mo Lee, instructor in surgery
*Dr. Jack A. Menius, visiting instructor
*Dr. Joseph H. Morgan, instructor in
operative dentistry and oral anatomy
Miss Elizabeth C. Morrow, assistant pro-
fessor of adult education and assistant
dean of students
Dr. Irene Nakoneczna, instructor in
Dr. Marcus Pinson Neal, Jr., associate
professor of radiology
Dr. William Mayo Oppenhimer, clini-
cal instructor in obstetrics and gyne-
Mr. Edward Harden Peeples, Jr., instruc-
tor in sociology
Dr. Carlos Pinto, fellow in legal medi-
*Dr. David G. Shannon, instructor in
Miss Mary Patricia Small, assistant pro-
fessor of nursing
*Dr. John M. Sutherland, instructor in
Mr. Robert Tomchick, instructor in bio-
*Dr. Marvin F. West, instructor in crown
and bridge prosthodontics
*Dr. William C. Williams, instructor in
*Dr. Wallace R. Wooles, instructor in
*Dr. Alvin Martin Zfass, instructor in
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